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But, some things still remain the same, like the books mentioned below. Although its not like all the 65 books have been used by each and every aspirant but you might want to refer to 1 — 2 books from each subsection mentioned below. Chemistry 1a. General Books 1b. Physical Chemistry 1c. Organic Chemistry 1d. Inorganic Chemistry 2.

This book is an alternative to the Arihant book I mentioned above. Avoid reading theory from them. More details about the book can be found here.

Looking for a solid base to your Inorganic Chemistry Preparation? Look no further! The book is extremely relevant to JEE portions and does an awesome job in explaining concepts such as the periodic table properties and chemical bonding. However, some portions in this book might not be your cup of tea so I would strongly recommend to go through the NCERT texts first before you start reading from this book. I used this book on various occasions during my preparation and surely reaped the benefits.

Physics used to be one of my most favourite subjects back in the day when I was preparing for JEE exams. Its only because Physics is one subject which you can correlate with your surroundings very easily. However, this is entirely my view point and you may not agree with me which is okay.

This is a very fine general Physics textbook written by Prof. Verma, who also happens to be a professor and an experimental physicist at IIT Kanpur. Here is the link to his website. All the basic theory and concepts have been explained by the prof in simple and easy to understand language. After studying the chapters, you should attempt the end-of-chapter problems so that you can verify whether or not you thoroughly understood the concepts in there.

Some problems are of very easy level and some are tough — try to complete the tough ones as well. In my opinion, if you study both the books well, you should be all set with your Physics preparation for JEE. Not a reference book per se, but this one will help you to get an idea of what kind of questions are actually asked in the JEE Mains and Advanced exams. When you finish studying a chapter from H. Verma or any of physics books mentioned below, try to attempt problems of those topics from this book so that you know where you stand in your Physics preparation for the JEE exams.

This is an expensive book and a really thick one but it is a charm to read physics from this book. Used as a general physics textbook in American universities, you can refer to this book just for additional study and there is no compulsion for going through this book.

Irodov was one of the greatest General Physicists of all time fun fact — he was a soldier in World War 2. His book, Problems in General Physics contains close to problems in various topics of General Physics and in order to solve these problems you will really need to have strong concepts.

However, I did not have the time to solve the entire book and trust me no one actually does that but I did try to solve the problems from kinematics, gravitation and fluid mechanics. You do not need to download this book as it is available online along with its solutions at this website. If you are doing self-study and have not joined any coaching class or tutorials for your JEE Prep then I would surely recommend you to use this book.

This book not only has more than highly conceptual problems but also has the solutions for each of them and the solutions are accompanied by well-illustrated diagrams. You can read more about this book here.

I came to know about this book after starting college at IIT Bombay when a couple of my friends from Chhatisgarh were discussing about this book — they had not taken any coaching classes. The Physics texts Vol 1 and Vol 2 authored by P. Tipler is a textbook for general physics used by students in many countries. One good thing about this book is the way things are laid out such as real-life examples and excerpts from documentaries — helps in the long run to those students who are preparing own their own.

In my opinion if you do not want to download the expensive books by Resnick and Halliday mentioned above you could download these books instead provided you have enough time to go through additional material for Physics, after you are done with studying HC Verma.

For time immemorial Mathematics has been one of those subject where JEE paper setters have always tried to put the skills of aspirants at test. Mathematics problems can either be very easy to solve or look too deceiving before you can actually figure out how complicated they are. But, with ample practice you can overcome everything. You just have a couple of hours to prove your mettle on the exam day, so when it comes to Mathematics you must make sure you practice a lot and practice a very wide variety of questions.

As the heading for this section suggests, you should go for either of the books as both give a general outlook to all the required and important topics in Mathematics for JEE Main and Advanced exams. Both the books have an ample amount of solved examples and detailed explanations for various mathematical concepts.

The ideal way to prepare is start with one of these books and then move on to the books mentioned below as required. The level of problems in this book go from easy to very difficult and every problem in the book is different from the last one. This makes sure you are exposed to a variety of types of Math problems so that you are well equipped for the JEE Main and Advanced days.

One suggestion from my end would be that you should go slow with the book as some of the very tough problems can at times de-motivate you. When you see yourself running into such a situation, take it easy, take a break and come back to it later.

I used this book myself and owe my success in JEE math to this one. Its a pure drill question bank of the top notch level. This book is one of the best JEE Level books out there — has the right mix of theory and problems.

If you are preparing with JEE Advanced as your target then this one should be your go-to book and you can avoid the books I mentioned in the general section above, not the TMH one of course. I have heard good things about the book but it was not there during my days of JEE Prep so no personal comments. More details. Although I did not refer to this book ever but have always heard good things about it from my friends who were preparing with me.

However, it being a general algebra book you can stumble on to many topics that do not fall in the purview of JEE syllabus. Plane Trigonometry by SL Loney. This book has been used since many years for preparing JEE Trigonometry. You might not be fond of the presentation of topics in the book but has good concepts.

What I did was just used this book to go through various necessary Trigonometry concepts and then used the TMH Math book to solve problems.

Co-ordinate geometry are some of the very easy topics in JEE Main and Advanced exams and students usually score pretty high. I used to read a couple of chapters from this book and then used the TMH book to solve the problems. However,I did not refer it to much because of the fact that the co-ordinate geometry problems can be pretty much solved with your class 10 CBSE geometry knowledge and some basic common sense.

Vector and 3D Geometry from Arihant. This is another book from Arihant that is favorite among the JEE prep circle and teachers when it comes to studying Vector and 3D geometry.

Like Co-Ordinate geometry, these are some really simple sections as well and you aim should be score full. You can find more details about the book here. Make sure you leave no stone unturned in order to master this branch of mathematics.

Calculus would be needed in your first year of engineering and the years to come depending on the branch you choose. It has both good amount of theoretical concepts and practice problems which vary between various levels of difficulty. More details about the book here. Just like the Differential Calculus book from Arihant, this one is also equally good and will help you in preparing well for the Integral calculus portions for the JEE exams.

With calculus you must always remember that practice is the key to success! This is the trickiest of all topics in the entire JEE Syllabus. In my experience you can either solve a JEE level probability question in one shot or get stuck on it.

Now, in the exams if you are stuck on a Probability question then better leave it for later. You can score way more by concentrating on questions from other areas. Feller is one of the best probability books out there. But it is a really vast book and lot of topics in it are not required for the JEE prep. You can refer to it if you want but trust me, you would be better off studying Probability from the NCERT math text books and then solving related questions from the TMH math book look above.

I hope with this massive list, you can choose 1 or may be 2 book from each of the sections and begin your JEE preparation or put it back on track if you are already at it. Always remember, success in JEE is a mixture of hard work, conceptual clarity and of course some luck!

Please let me know in the comments section if you like this list. You can also tell me if you feel I missed out any good book or I need to remove a book from the list above. You can also try the link. And I have started to believe that he is a genius. Check this out: She helped me alot to solve my queries and her way of teaching is also very impressive.

Hello,Friend,,, type on Google,, algebra book by halt and knights ,,,this book you can get in pdf file,,,,,best of luck,friend. I want to take a help from anyone of u all. Currently I m in class 9th so Shall I start my preparation for jee from 9th only or later. Class 9 will be a great time to start concentrating on your basics of science and maths. You can start going through ncert books of class 10 and then class You should also use the Physics books by HC Verma which are equally good and even better for certain topics.

Re-read the concepts over and over again until you understand them completely. I was an average student too when I started my JEE Prep but with hardwork and sheer determination I managed to get a good rank.

Informations regarding these books are really true…. I have tried some of those and these are just awesome……. Every jee aspirant should give an eye on this helpful site. Mam mai chemistry me weak hu aur mai iit crack krna chahta hu please koi chemistry kiaise book btaeye jisse mai iit crack kr sku.

Hi Saurabh. Physical CHemistry se start karo if you feel you are weak in CHemistry. I have to clear just jee main with marks so wht I have to read to get marks in jee main exam……. Read this — http: Very useful information. You gave a good guidance for choosing the right books for preparation. Our Test series http: Hi Mam! I want to crack iit and be listed in top 10 Can you suggest me some important advice related to books,etc.?

Like I have mentioned earlier, appearing in JEE is one of the best decisions. Limit yourself to two books each for every subject for starting the preparation:. Gr8 to hear u wnt to be in top 10! U hv score atleast above! Best of luck!

My aims r same! Hi Yash, Physical CHemistry is one of the highly scoring sections of JEE Chemistry so get this straight — your concepts should be clear and you should practice and practice a lot.

For reading theory you can start with the NCERT books as the information given in this book is to the point and totally apt for beginners. I got some books of maths and physics.

How to prepare for JEE Main that gets you a top rank. Open floodgates of marks in your JEE Exam. Neeraj, there is no apt number for this. Study 4 — 6 hours daily depending on what you are comfortable with.

Hi Mam , Telugu akdemi question bank for mains and iit is suitable for preparation and undetstanding physics and to cracks mains …mam pl..

This is a good list of helpful books every jee aspirant should have. Thanks for the post. I am using G. Tewani by cengage for practice in place of TMH…Is it okay..? Plz do rply or mail me in my inbox. Thanks mam. Hope this helps. This is a good list of helpful books,every jee aspirant should have. Tewani by Cengage for practicing instead of TMH…. Is it okay or I would download TMH.

Informations concerning these books area unit very true…. I have tried a number of those and these area unit simply awesome…….

Mam plz give me answer of my ques. Which i asked above. Plz do reply or mail on my email. Thank you. Re-read the ideas over and once again till you perceive them fully.

This is a good list of helpful books for iitjee aspiring students. Plz do rply or you can mail me…Thanks. Tech student at IIT Kharagpur. Your Message… Mam this is vedant here. I am in clas 11th wants to score above in mains. I need suggesthn about how much hours i should study and how to spend time for theory and numericals? Hi mam, I am bit weak in chemistry, and I want to set off with physical chemistry.

But in but confused about what to choose between atkins and silbey, Robert J. Which one is the best? Although Silbey and Robert are great authors but I would still recommend the Physical Chemistry book by JD Atkins — just for its simplicity and lucidity.

Hi mam please provide me these best books in pdf format as soon as possible because i am wants to help P. Only format is textbooks. Hi Ajay, I think you should give equal importance to Physics as well. You never know the JEE Examination Committee decisions — what if they start enforcing sectional cut-offs. So your aim should be to achieve equally good scores in all 3 subjects Physics, CHemistry and Maths.

Very helpful. Say me which books are available in PDF and which is compulsory book and which of these books are cheap so I can download it if it is not available from PDF. You can definitely use them at no cost — http: Good for reference. But solve all calculus problems from the TMH Mathematics book — http: I have also completed R. Sharma and i think i am good in maths but still which book i should start practsing from.

Section wise. You should start studying solutions of problems to get a feel of how a particular problem is being attacked. I am a 45 years old voluntary retired engineer. I wish to change my profession to be a tutor who is capable to coach iit jee aspirants in physics, chemistry and mathematics.

As i have no other work, full time i will be preparing towards my aim of mastering Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics. As i have lost touch, i have to begin from the basics. How long will it take for me to reach the jee advanced level of proficiency and be fit for imparting coaching?. I was a brilliant student during my student days. I wish to start a small self independent coaching classes for jee main and advanced, where i wish to teach all subjects myself.

Kindly give your suggestions. Hey can anyone help me in getting a gud book for physics that too from basics I am studying in ramiah and I want to crack IIT mainly from kinematics that too having solution.

Hi shruti Read ur article and i found it great But the thing that my teachers suggest is that u should not make a library out of ur room So can u suggest me the best 3 books in each phys chem and maths except ncerts?

Hi Shantanu, your teacher is absolutely right. But the point is you might be comfortable with one book and some other student might be comfortable with another. And yes, I did not join any coaching class but took a crash course of 6 weeks. However, my friends who joined coaching were in a better position than me. Most of the books are really good and useful for JEE Aspirants. You are right Saurabh. That is why at the beginning of the Post I clearly mentioned in bold letters —.

Maam i want to ask from which book should i start my jee prep. I have this query because ncert textbook lacks most of the info and concepts which are given in hc verma.

I accustomed hear from my friends that the ideas of Stereochemistry has been explained within the simplest however handiest means attainable in their books. What are the best books that can be referred to for JEE mains and Advanced for preparation in chemistry , physics and mathematics?

Bahadur for chemistry physical , SN sanyal for organic and questions for organic from arihant organic chemistry. Shruti didi, Organic chemistry by Himanshu Pandey is also a good book for jee, was recommended to me by my fiitjee teachers you might consider adding it to the list, rest all books are best available books for jee prep. I accustomed hear from my friends that the concepts of Stereochemistry has been explained inside the only but handiest suggests that getable in their books.

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